Embattled film producer and media mogul, Harvey Weinstein has reportedly checked into an Arizona rehab center, according to a report from Page Six. Weinstein, who was expelled from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Saturday, was rumored to be heading to Europe for early this week. On Tuesday, TMZ reported that Harvey traveled overseas to a "live-in facility" that focuses on sex addiction and behavioral issues.

However, that information turned out to be wrong. Variety reports Weinstein was spotted leaving his daughter's Los Angeles home on Wednesday afternoon after police were called to handle a "family dispute."

Weinstein leaves Los Angeles

Harvey Weinstein reportedly left Los Angeles on a private plane bound for Arizona on Wednesday night.

A source tells Page Six that he was headed to The Meadows, the same treatment facility that treated pro-golfer Tiger Woods for sex addiction.

If Weinstein is at The Meadows, the facility offers a variety of programs that could keep the film producer in rehab for a minimum of 45 days. The facility's website states that they a wide range of inpatient rehabilitation programs for sex addiction, alcohol and drug addiction, depression, bipolar disorder, and other conditions.

The Meadows states that all patients follow a daily schedule with "designated time for disabling phones and computers" that helps patients focus on recovery instead of distractions.

Women continue to speak out against Weinstein

One week after both the New York Times and the New Yorker released a bombshell reports about Harvey Weinstein, more women have come forward claiming they were raped or sexually harassed by the Hollywood producer.

Angelina Jolie, Gywenth Paltrow, Rose McGowan, Mira Sorvino, Rosanna Arquette, Ashley Judd and Cara Delevingne are just a few women who have spoken out about Weinstein's sexual advances.

Once the reports about Weinstein were released, more women started talking about their not-so-savory experiences with Harvey. Some women recounted experiences that took place more than two decades ago, saying they were inspired to come forward now that Weinstein's alleged misconduct is out in the open.

Harvey Weinstein, 65, has five children and has been married twice. His current wife, Georgia Chapman, confirmed earlier this week that she is separating from her husband after 10 years of marriage. The couple has two children together, India Pearl, 7, and Dashiell, 4.